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 JAMES FUHRMAN    Contemplative Spaces
James A Michener Museum of Art     July 18-October 26, 2008
James Fuhrman has created a space of contemplation and reflection at The James A. Michener Museum of Art. The sculptures have an inherent depth and internal life; combined with the 'seating areas' in this site-specific environment, they invite the viewer to experience a sense of place of still and quiet.

"Fuhrman makes bold, archetypal objects, which ask the viewer to not only consider his or her physical relationship to the work, but also to examine one's spiritual place in the world," explains Kristy Krivitsky, the Museum's Associate Curator of Contemporary Art. "These pieces are quiet, yet strong; simple, yet powerful."

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There is one Buddha...
Revealed Lines...

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Samurai Resting...
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